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Grow with Solakilimo: Reimagining the world’s food supply chain by preserving, protecting, and optimizing the distribution of food
Raphael Asiba (RCE Greater Nairobi)
12th African RCE Regional Meeting
28-30 November, 2022

Grow with Solakilimo: Reimagining the world’s food supply chain by preserving, protecting, and optimizing the distribution of food
Raphael Asiba (RCE Greater Nairobi)
12th African RCE Regional Meeting
28-30 November, 2022

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Grow with Solakilimo: Reimagining the world’s food supply chain by preserving, protecting, and optimizing the distribution of food

  1. 1. Grow With Solakilimo. Reimagining the world’s food supply chain by preserving, protecting, and optimizing the distribution of food. 1
  2. 2. 2 Opportunity A massive $161 billion Worth of food is lost annually due to disruptions in Temperature Controlled logistics and preservation. Broken.
  3. 3. Africa’s largest and most innovative provider of temperature controlled supply chain and logistics solutions Solar Cold Rooms $1.2/Crate/Day Transporting $0.5/Ton/KM Solution Warehouse management & Logistics Software
  4. 4. 15% 15% 40% 15% 15% Kenyan cold storage market share Fruits & Vegetables Dairy Fish,Meat and sea food Processed food Pharmaceuticals The Kenyan cold storage market is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate of 13.5% from 2022 to 2028 to reach USD 291 billion by 2028. $500M Post-harvest loss in Dairy, Fish, fruits and vegetables, livestock in Kenya annually Serviceable Available market Source: Ministry of Finance $75M Post-harvest Revenues lost annually in Fish Industry in Kenya Serviceable Obtainable Market Market Size
  5. 5. Competitive Advantage Revenue Model Pay-As-You Preserve Leasing Subscription Subscription ACCESS TO CREDIT YES NO NO NO CURRENT MARKET Kenya Kenya Global Global DISTRIBUTION Fruits, Vegetables, Dairy, Aquaculture, Horticulture, Pharmaceuticals Fruits and vegetables Fruits and Dairy Horticultural products MARKETPLACE YES NO NO NO
  6. 6. Traction 0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 1400 1600 1800 Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Aug Sept Number of Users in 2022 Clients - 2, 28-cubic metre solar cold rooms in Kisumu - 50,000 tonnes of fish preserved - 40% increase in customer income - 1600 customers since Piloting - Break-even in 3 Years - Reduced greenhouse gas emissions by 72Megatons - Created 30 direct jobs for youths and women 0 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 3000 3500 Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug 2022 Revenue in $ Value in $
  7. 7. Team Eng. Brean Ogechi Lead Engineer Mechanical Engineer Technical University of Kenya Raphael Asiba Co-Founder & CEO B. Economics Kenyatta University. Eng. Millicent Mejja COO Electrical & Electronics Engineering JKUAT. Faith Okongo Co-Founder & CFO MSc Social Statistics Bsc Economics CPA (K)
  8. 8. 8 Fund Raise $500K SAFE Note By 2024. Goals Expand Strategically to 5 new Fresh food Markets in Kenya. Install 10 new solar cold rooms. New locations in fresh food markets. Fabricate/ Acquire Mobile solar cooling boxes. Cold Logistics Penetration In the Market. Future exploration and Complete core Apps of logistics.
  9. 9. Our Partners
  10. 10. 10 Contact Us Info@solakilimo.co.ke +254710564647 Thank You .

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